• Psychology
  • Published 2013

How the reader’s body meets the reader’s consciousness: four basic types of narrative mental imagery

@inproceedings{Kuzmicov2013HowTR,
  title={How the reader’s body meets the reader’s consciousness: four basic types of narrative mental imagery},
  author={Anezka Kuzmicov{\'a}},
  year={2013}
}
Although readers' reports of their lifetime experience with narrative prose reading abound in recollections of mental images, narrative imagery experiences (NIEs) are rarely examined in their own right. Moreover, there is relatively little potential for comprehensive theory building in the extant body of research concerning readers' mental imagery. For instance, theoretical inquiries into the mechanics of mental imaging are often inconclusive as to their claims on the matter of consciousness… CONTINUE READING